Many Liberian players, already playing in the low profile Asian leagues, have seen their contracts terminated or not renewed. Here is the list of top Liberian players that are without clubs.
Liberians will not cheer for any Indonesian team for the remainder of the 2017 Indonesia Super League season after the only Liberian playing in the competition, Dirkir Glay, saw his contract terminated by his employers, Persiba Balikpapan, based on a mutual agreement.
Dirkir Glay might have started his career well after signing a two-month deal with Super League club Pusamania Borneo, but the Liberian international center defender’s last game with the club will never be forgotten, as he missed out on the chance of winning a title.
After over a month of exciting football, the 2017 Indonesian President Cup has reached its climax with Pusamania Borneo meeting Arena Football Club in the final.
Liberian center defender Kohn Dirkir Glay has taken a major step toward the final of the 2017 Indonesia President Cup after his team, Pusmania Borneo, recorded a 2-1 victory over Persib Bandung, the club of fellow Liberian Eric Weeks.
The 2017 edition of the Indonesian President’s Cup has reached its semifinal stage with some of the country’s top clubs still in the hunt for the top title.
Liberian players Eric Weeks, a midfielder, and center defender Dirkir Glay have moved to new clubs for the upcoming 2017 Indonesia President’s Cup.
The 2016 Indonesia Soccer Championship has come to an end with Liberian international striker Edward Junior Wilson being crowned champion.